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If you’re looking for something a little quirkier than the traditional hotel experience, a stay at a bed and breakfast could be a great option for your trip. For any museum buff, a trip to Bandung wouldn’t be complete without a stop by Amazing Art World or Geological Museum.
With attentive service, opportunities to mingle with other guests, and top-rated breakfasts, B&Bs offer a one-of-a-kind environment.
When you’re dreaming of a escape to Bandung, year-round temperatures and rainfall may be important factors to consider. The hottest months are usually September and August with an average temp of 81°F, while the coldest months are July and August with an average of 80°F. Average annual precipitation for Bandung is 60 inches.
Travelers enjoy Bandung for its coffeehouses and theme park. If cultural attractions are high on your list, West Java Culture Park and Amazing Art World are spots to check out. You might put Gedung Sate and Braga City Walk on your list if you want to see more of the area.
You can map out your trip in and around Bandung ahead of time with these transportation options. Fly into Bandung (BDO-Husein Sastranegara Intl.), which is located 3.1 mi (4.9 km) away. If you’d like to explore around the area, you may want to rent a car for your trip.
"The room is spacious and big enough for couple,american breakfast is good and delicious. Parking area is limited by there is a free valet parking. The only Issue is traffic jam at certain hours from city to the Hotel"
A verified traveler stayed at Holiday Inn Bandung Pasteur, an IHG Hotel
"We had a wonderful stay! We were here to visit some relatives. The breakfast each morning was great! There was a time in the evening where they accommodated our family to sit at the breakfast area just to visit and were able to order some dinner as if it were room service--that was highly appreciated!
There were lots of conventions going on thru out our stay there so the elevators were often slow. And also I wish that we could spend some time on the loft area but that area is only open in the afternoon and is open for clubbing in the evening.
One thing that I noticed on the first day arriving in the hallways of floor 3 was that there was a scent of cigarette smoke in the hallways. The bedroom was fine. I got used to it after a couple of days.
I love the colonial theme in the hotel. And even though I didn't walk around outside the hotel, I could see plenty of places to eat and a supermarket nearby. And it felt like a safe area.
The pool is not heated, and Bandung is a higher elevation area than Jakarta, the capital city, so the weather is often cooler. We had some fun but it was a little cold if you swim closer to sundown. It's nice though to have the pool in a more private area up on 2nd level.
Breakfast food, again was great! You can invite others to join you for the breakfast, but the outside guests rate is different than guests that area staying in the hotel.
We'd stay here again."
A verified traveler from Salt Lake City stayed at Four Points By Sheraton Bandung
"The Hotel location is in North Bandung City, surrounded by green natural scenery. It was nice to stay in this Hotel, they offered us a free room upgrade. In the morning we can enjoy the beautiful scenery and the fresh air by walking around the Hotel."
A verified traveler stayed at InterContinental Bandung Dago Pakar, an IHG Hotel